Design Management Institute case studies are unique in their examination
of the roles that design and design management play in business
success a key strategy for competitive advantage in todays
global markets. Harvard Business School, MIT, and London Business
School are just a few of the institutions around the world who have
added many of these cases to their graduate, undergraduate and executive
curricula. In addition, many companies use them for in-house seminars
and training programs.
The DMI case study program includes two categories of cases:
Full teaching case studies include a Case Study
that outlines a particular situation or problem in the history
of a company, which is intended to stimulate classroom discussion.
An Epilogue then brings the reader up to date on how the
situation was actually resolved. Teaching notes highlight
key points and guide the instructor through the case, suggesting
points for discussion.
The DMI collection includes many cases sold
by Harvard Business Publishing (HBS), plus cases
sold by DMI. For more information, please visit our page about
the DMI case study program.
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